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Blue Forest Tree House
near the client’s main home and not far from an existing children’s play area. Houzz at a GlanceWho plays here: A couple, with their 11-year-old sonLocation: Athens, GreeceSize: 35 square metres
house at the bottom of the garden. Wave goodbye to the guilt as your kids enjoy summers filled with wholesome fun. And if they simply use it as a new location in which to play Minecraft, at least they’re getting some fresh air, right?
7. Quirky Vintage KitchenDesigner/homeowner: Robert MaceLocation: Austin, TexasThis unique kitchen is the result of a DIY remodel of a 130-year-old Louisiana shotgun-shack-style home. When Robert Mace bought the house, the kitchen was located on an open back porch with a lean-to roof that had been closed
chinoiserie, and I aspire to create spaces similar to that," she says. A modern pendant helps ground this dining area in the open space, giving it a solid location in the loft. Dining table: Docksta, Ikea; tablecloth: vintage; pendant: Structube
aspire to create spaces similar to that,’ she says. A modern pendant light helps ground this dining area in the open-plan space, giving it a solid location in the loft apartment. Dining table: Docksta, Ikea; tablecloth: vintage; pendant: Structube
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Prarie Meets Pampa Pavilion
grown and out of the house, this Minnesota couple no longer needed a play structure in their yard. After recycling the playground, they used its prime location for an entertainment area of their own: an indoor-outdoor retreat complete with an authentic South American–style barbecue for year-round use. See
grown and out of the house, this Minnesota couple no longer needed a play structure in their yard. After recycling the playground, they used its prime location for an entertainment area of their own: an indoor-outdoor retreat complete with an authentic South American-style barbecue for year-round use. SEE
The Glass House
ingenuity resulted in the getaway they’d dreamed of – an antique glass house. Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: LiIah Horwitz and husband Nick OlsonLocation: West Virginia
Jim Milligan. “It’s like the dome has been there forever, just like the trees.”Houzz at a GlanceA holiday home for: Jim Milligan and Nicola MeekinLocation: Appin, ScotlandSize: 75 square metres
HBF plus Design
WindowA bay window of any type that doesn't reach the ground is typically called an oriel window. The shape isn't as important as the upper-story location. So an oriel can be referred to as an angled, box, bow etc. bay window.Keep in mind that an oriel is not a simple second-floor cantilever. It has
an oriel is typically supported on brackets or something else that gives it the appearance of being hung on the house.An oriel window, because it's located at an upper floor, is a terrific way to expand a second-floor bedroom or study. And by strategically placing the oriel, you can provide a covering
here: Interior designer Frances Merrill; husband Chris, the director of production at the American Film Institute; and their children, Honor and RexLocation: Los AngelesDon’t believe a family of four can live in 500 square feet? Then you haven’t met the Merrills. A converted shed guest room helps free